|According to a report by the WHO (World Health Organization) There are no noticeable effects of exposure to RF(radiofrequency) signals that are common in our everyday lives such as base stations and wireless spots in public areas like hotspots or Wireless LANs. Even at drastic exposure to RF signals such as RF heaters, only found in industrial places, the effects are not of immediate concern, changing the temperature of the human body by less than 1 degree Celsius.
While some people believe that cancer is a byproduct of over-exposure to RF signals, cancer is extremely unpredictable and current surveys or studies cannot point out RF signals as the main factor at fault.
The effects of RF sginals have been tested on animals and even at RF exposure roughly around a 1,000 times stronger than everyday use, there are still no signs of the health effects that are rumored to take place such as loss of cognitive skills, altered sleep patterns or cardiovascular functions.
In short, there have been no scientifically proven harmful side-effects from RF signals even in worst case scenarios so our our normal daily exposure to RF signals should be safe.
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